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New South Wales decriminalizes abortion
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Convicted double murderer executed by electric chair...
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Ireland votes to overturn 35-year-old constitutional...
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Berlin court: neutrality law above German religious ...
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Russia: ex-governor of Sakhalin region Alexander Kho...
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North Korea to send head of state to South Korea for...
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